Ten Plano intersections will close temporarily over the course of two weeks

Ten intersections across Plano will be closed for paint marking updates.

Ten intersections across Plano will be closed for paint marking updates.

A number of Plano intersections will be temporarily closed from Oct. 21-Nov. 1 for routine refreshing of pavement markings, according to an Oct. 18 release from the city of Plano. Each day, one intersection will have two lanes closed per direction from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Stop lines, crosswalks and turn markers will be included in the refreshing. Work for each day is expected to take 6 hours, but if it rains on one of the days, each day will be pushed back by one day, the release said.

For the week of Oct. 21-25:

Monday: Intersection at Chapel Hill and Communications
Tuesday: Intersection at McDermott and Independence
Wednesday: Intersection at Parker and Preston Meadow
Thursday: Intersection at Spring Creek and Headquarters
Friday: Intersection at Spring Creek and Communications

For the week of Oct. 28-Nov. 1:

Monday: Intersection at Spring Creek and K Avenue
Tuesday: Intersection at Spring Creek and Preston Meadow
Wednesday: Intersection at Spring Creek and Missionridge
Thursday: Intersection at Spring Creek and Roundrock
Friday: Intersection at Hedgcoxe and Custer

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